Vietnam to build a modern and sustainable agriculture economy by 2030

Construction of a concrete road in northern Vietnam. The country has set a goal to transform Vietnam's rural areas into modern, developed agricultural production centres. - Vietnam News/ANN

HANOI, Feb 18 (Vienam News/ANN): Vietnam has set an objective to build a modern and sustainable agriculture economy during the 2021-2030 period, said minister of agriculture and rural development Le Minh Hoan at a conference in Hanoi.

In order to realise such objectives, the minister said the country's agriculture sector must foster an advanced economy with an emphasis on producing high-quality products and added value that meet the demands of the market.

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